FMC Biomed Hard work for decent pay.
Biomedical Technician (Former Employee) – Ottumwa, IA – January 10, 2016
Your typical day as a Bio-medical tech will include a couple of monthly, quarterly, bi-annual, and or annual preventative maintenance checks. Maybe a dialysis machine repair or two, depending on the upkeep prior to your taking responsibility for it.
Learned how to repair and perform preventative maintenance on dialysis machines, Reverse osmosis machines, pre-water treatment ancillaries.
Most of your time is self managed with new challenges presented regularly.
Your co-workers will mostly consist of nursing staff, Social workers, and dietitians.
The hardest part of working for FMC is the constant changing hands of responsibilities and taking on more with same pay and less time.
The most enjoyable part of this job is the freedom to manage your own time and responsibilities
Decent pay, benefits, Freedom
Long hours, Large responsibility load, and overly superior superiors